Personal Responsibility As A Challenge During The Covid-19 Pandemic

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Meri Gabedava


The article discusses the role of personal responsibility in preventing/containing a new coronavirus pandemic in the context of social responsibility theory. Georgia's centuries-old successful experience in fighting infectious diseases was based on the practice of social distancing. Amid the spread of misinformation flow and conspiracy theories, the society could not properly understand the risks associated with the pandemic. The article shows that after overcoming the first wave of the pandemic and easing the restrictions by the authorities in the summer of 2020, the population was not ready to take on social responsibility in order to curb the further spread of pandemic followed by a new wave of infection with more serious socio-economic consequences.

COVID-19 State of emergency Isolation and Self-isolation Social Responsibility Personal Responsibility
Published: Nov 21, 2021

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Gabedava, M. . (2021). Personal Responsibility As A Challenge During The Covid-19 Pandemic. Proceedings of Tskhum-Abkhazian Academy of Sciences, 21, 100–111. Retrieved from
Political Sciences
Author Biography

Meri Gabedava, Sokhumi State University

PhD in History

Associate Professor

Department of International Relations

Sokhumi State University Academician

Tskhum-Abkhazian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Political Conflict and Peace